HS Roundup 2/23: Wayne, Northmont advance


Boys Basketball

Sectional Tournament

Wayne 76, Stebbins 59: Deshon Parker put up 16 points, L’Christian Smith 14, Ronnie Hampton 13 and Darius Quisenberry 10 for Wayne to open D-I sectional play.

Northmont 69, Fairborn 47: Jabari Perkins poured in 24 points to lead Northmont to a D-I sectional tournament opening win. Danny Lewis added 12, Prophet Johnson 11 and Dawson Walker 10. Shaunn Monroe scored 13 in a losing effort for Fairborn and Joe Nickel 12.

Dunbar 84, West Carrollton 26: Dillion Craver put up 16 points, Kadar Gardner 15 and Martel Smith 11 to pace Dunbar in a D-II sectional opener.

Thurgood Marshall 76, Eaton 57: Anthony McComb tallied 18 points, Chanze Amerson 13 and Tavell Sims 12 to lead Thurgood in a D-II sectional. Grant Sullender had 14 for Eaton.

Meadowdale 59, Ben Logan 56: Jabali Leonard poured in 24 points for Meadowdale in this D-II sectional opener.

West Liberty-Salem 56, Arcanum 30: Max Eggleston led WLS with 18 points and Trevor Burden added 17 in a D-III sectional opener. Carter Gray had 15 for Arcanum.

Lehman Catholic 54, Covington 44: Kameron Lee scored seven of his 18 points in the final quarter to lead Lehman in this D-IV sectional. Preston Rodgers added 16 and Seth Roe 13. Braden Miller netted 13 for Covington.

Jackson Center 47, Mississinawa Valley 21: Trent Platfoot paced Jackson Center with 17 points and Bryce Sosby tacked on 11 in this D-IV sectional.

Fairlawn 58, Triad 45: Drew Brautigam finished with 19 points and Ashton Piper added 18 for Fairlawn in this D-IV sectional opener. Hadley LeVan exploded for 29 points in a losing effort for Triad.

Regular Season

Minster 69, Parkway 63: Isaac Schmiesing scored 17 points for Minster. Caleb Kinney matched him with 17 for Parkway.

Fort Recovery 55, New Knoxville 41: Grant Knapke finished with 19 points and Trevor Vaughn 14 for Fort Recovery. Caleb Lageman led New Knoxville with 14.

St. Henry 51, New Bremen 39: Tyler Schlarman scored 12 points and Zach Niekamp 10 to lead St. Herny. Nolan Bornhorst netted 14 for New Bremen.

Marion Local 57, Coldwater 43: Cole Frilling carried Coldwater with 16 points in a losing effort.



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